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-control continues to be a hot topic for dianne feinstein. >> every time i see those faces i just say shame on us. that had previously been legal. >> to see people killed in the movie theaters, businesses, elementary schools high schools, movie theaters shopping malls. we have to say what is this country all about? >> this is already going to be difficult to pass. it will be however, past as an amendment. she says there still might not be enough votes in the senate. >> the fear is that if they vote for the bill it will not be reelected. it is that plain and simple. my vithat then the senate if they are not expected to or prepared to stand up. >> reporter: says that the power in the money of the nra and some other states like maryland, colorado and new york have passed their own legislation. dianne feinstein says that that is not a solution. >> the problem is that people operating in these weapons from other states california has a bill. a weapons coming in from the state of nevada, illinois has a bill from weapons coming in from mississippi. these are the problems. >> reporter: dianne feinstein
with dianne feinstein of california. please stay tuned for that. have a great night. >>> the senate has done it before. passed an assault weapons ban and limit on high capacity ammunition magazines back when the united states senate was not afraid to stand with dianne feinstein. she joins me for a "last word" exclusive. >> it is time for them to say what they think. >> can emotion trump deep division. >> yeah or nay. >> he is joining the filibuster, getting a powerful ally. >> mitch mcconnell, threatening to filibuster the gun safety bill. >> clearly had no bipartisan support in committee. >> at least pretend you're interested in it. >> see what he decides to turn to. >> please pretend you give a damn about what happened. >> for god's sake, we have to have debate. >> we have to have a vote. >> clearly no support in committee. >> trying to avoid a primary in 2014. >> then there's the mother jones report. >> leaked recordings published today. >> exposing raw politics of a lot of campaigns. he and the staff with strategies. >> this is what you get from the political left. >> against ashley judd
was the victim of a robbery and shooting. plus. california u.s. senator dianne feinstein in san francisco , and taking on gun control. on gun control. [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day, guess what...you missed it! we couldn't just move the tv all willy-nilly all over the house. ohh! ohh! kids today have it so good. ok. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. lets you go from working hard... to hardly working. ♪ big sales that help you get away. that's how we fly. act now to grab flights all over the country as low as $59 one-way. these fares won
water system this country has, our hetch hetchy. please welcome to the stage senator dianne feinstein. thank you very much for being here. >> thank you. thank you very much. thank you very much mayor lee, leader pelosi, jackie spear, david chiu. most importantly i think the finest secretary of transportation we have had, and nancy said what he has done for san francisco. i can tell you this is a secretary for california as well. [applause] whether it's riverside county, whether it's los angeles, whether it's the central valley, whether it's the san francisco bay area secretary lahood has been responsible. he's been available for phone calls. he's listened to the reasons for projects and he has moved ahead. would you give him a big round of applause please. [applause] >> well, it's time to say a prayer. it's bottom of the ninth. they have two on and one out, so everybody -- if the giants win this i think they can win the series but they need to win this so let it happen please. i can't tell you how important i feel this project is. i also can't tell you how hard it is to buil
in the last 24 hours. dianne feinstein, the senator from california who's chair woman of the senate intelligence committee, wants the fbi to tell lawmakers what exactly they were able to find out from tamerlan, the older suspect who's now believed to be a terrorist, on a trip he took to russia. he went over to russia in 2012 for six months. the fbi spoke to him after that at the behest of the russian government. they did a check on him. everything apparently checked out and was clear. dianne feinstein wants to know why the fbi did not tag him with anything else. now, another interesting development on capitol hill, this boston bombing story is playing a little bit into the immigration debate. let's take a listen between senators grassley and schumer. >> i say that to those who are pointing to what happened, the terrible tragedy in boston, as an i would say excuse for not doing a bill or delaying it many months or years. >> i never said that! >> i didn't say that. >> i never said that! >> reporter: now, richard, sources on capitol hill tell me they don't expect the incident here in b
was u.s. senator dianne feinstein. >> reporter: a bipartisan plan to expand background checks was defeated. >> the amendment is not agreed to. >> reporter: the national rifle association lobbied hard against the plan and won. the senate also defeated california senator dianne feinstein's attempt to reinstate a ban on military- style institute weapons. >> and the despair and dismay of families standing out there, whose safety we need to protect, and we don't do it. i am really chagrined and concerned. >> reporter: biden raced to the white house to join families of newtown victims and the president. >> a minority in the united states senate decided it wasn't worth it. they blocked common sense gun reforms, even while these families looked on from the senate gallery. >> reporter: wounded arizona congresswoman gabby giffords said the senate ignored the will of the american people. polls showed nearly 90% supported background checks. >>> new details in the case of a former soldier who gunned down two santa cruz police detectives. jeremy goulet shot and killed two officers. now, rec
... [ whip cracks ] with the new one-touch wand. >>> diannesenator dianne feinstein wants the government to look at america's flights schools. she is worried there is gaps in the screening of students. some of the students might include students in the united states illegally. >> reporter: 400 flight schools nationwide and senator dianne feinstein said there is a major problem. >> 38% today do not have the required faa certification. >> reporter: 25,000 applied for faa pilot licenses. some of the 911 hijackers trained in florida with expired visas. after 9/11 people still slipped through the cracks. >> why did some foreign nationals come to the country and not go through the process. >> reporter: the topic is in the headlines with dianne feinstein. >> improve communication with the faa to address this issue. >> i think we are far along. >> reporter: the government says it is up to janet napolitano to implement changes as they see fit. >>> some california family whose lost relatives in the september 11 attacks never knew millions of dollarhave been raised in their name for college scholar
. it was countered after congress got a briefing from homeland security officials by california's dianne feinstein, another person here in washington, who's got heavy duty national security credentials. feinstein took the opposite view of mitch mcconnell, perhaps because she too is known somewhat as a partisan, though not as much as the republican. feinstein said, look, let's give credit where credit is due. there have been many, many, many plots against america, terrorist plots she said, and they have been foiled boy the fbi, by the cia, by the national security apparatus. and so her take on it was that boston, if it turns out to be something more than just a terrorist act by a lone individual, if it has some kind of anti-american ideology behind it, and we don't know that yet, that this would be an anomaly, says dianne feinstein. there was, though, jess, the biggest piece of news was reassuring here in washington today. not so much lawmakers going back and forth. they're frankly always scrambling for a little of the spotlight when there's a big event like boston. but the homeland security secret
morning, yes, senator dianne feinstein fired off a strongly worded note saying she is interested into why this individual, the 26-year-old older brother was permitted to take that trip to russia, come back into the country and not have further scrutiny. there is obviously a red flag that went up. some officials in this community in russia said that could specifically be a threat for radicalization and islam. so senator dianne feinstein wants to figure out why exactly this person was able to slip through the cracks, so to speak. talking to the intelligence committee, they are saying from chairman mike rogers' expectative, let's not get our pitchforks up against the fbi. the fbi did not have all the facts from the russian government, is let's not be quick to judge. none the loss, it will be an interesting development to see how it will transcribe on capitol hill between both sides of congress and the question will be posed to our policy makers. now in terms of how this is played out on capitol hill and other areas, let's talk about immigration, obviously, it will be debated to a larger degr
intelligence that could have prevented the bombing. >> california senator dianne feinstein is head of the senate committee on intelligence. if she says, despite concerns, she thinks of the fbi is on the right track with the investigation. >> will be right back. sleep train's interest-free for 3 event ends sunday! it's your last chance to get 3 years interest-free financing on beautyrest black, stearns & foster, serta icomfort, even tempur-pedic. plus, get free delivery and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. but hurry, sleep train's interest-free for 3 event ends sunday! superior service, best selection, lowest price, guaranteed! ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ we know the value of your at ueducationeity of phoenx is where it can take you. [now arriving: city hospital] which is why we're proud to help connect our students with leading employers across the nation.. with leading employers across [next stop financial center] >> the time is 6:26 a.m.. netflix announced that they will offer a new family plan. the current single user plan, which cost
moving forward and talking about rape. >> good for them. right. >>> senator dianne feinstein a leading voice for gun reform laws yesterday spoke of a need to change the way -- this is interesting in the conversation we had with campbell brown yesterday -- violence is depicted in popular culture. she suggested video game makers should have changes on their own and referencing adam lanza said if sandy hook doesn't do it, if the knowledge of these video games this young man played doesn't, then maybe we have to proceed. and i think that was the heart of the controversy yesterday when we were having a really great conversation about the piece she wrote in the "the wall street journal" yesterday. do you want the government to get involved? if you're so against big government in a nanny state then people have to act more responsible and not have these games available to young children who might have some sort of mental illness issues and they play is over and over and over again and you see it every time with every high school massacre or mass killing, these video games are a part of these p
in security? we ask two congressional leaders on intelligence issues. senator dianne feinstein and congressman pete king. then, how do we find terrorists without giving up our freedom? with cameras and images everywhere, is more brother the answer? we sit down with philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey an terrorism effort phillip flood. plus, the bombings raise new question about the drive for immigration reform and gun control. we ask the sunday panel how the attacks will influence the debates. and the power player of the week. the man who followed president bush every step of the way. all right now. on "fox news sunday." ♪ ♪ >> chris: hello again from fox news in washington. at the end of a week that saw the first mass bombing in the u.s. since 9/11, we are going to focus today on one central question: where do we stand now in the war on terror? first, let's get the latest on the investigation from boston police commissioner ed davis. as we welcome you, commissioner, i know i speak for people across the country when i say congratulations, sir. job well done. >> good morning, ch
dianne feinstein and congressman pete king. then, how do we find terrorists without giving up our freedom? with cameras and images everywhere, is more big brother the answer? we sit down with philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey an terrorism effort phillip flood. plus, the bombings raise new question about the drive for immigration reform and gun control. we ask the sunday panel how the attacks will influence the debates. and the power player of the week. the man who followed president bush every step of the way. all right now. on "fox news sunday." ♪ ♪ >> chris: hello again from fox news in washington. at the end of a week that saw the first mass bombing in the u.s. since 9/11, we are going to focus today on one central question: where do we stand now in the war on terror? first, let's get the latest on the investigation from boston police commissioner ed davis. as we welcome you, commissioner, i know i speak for people across the country when i say congratulations, sir. job well done. >> good morning, chris. thank you very much. >> chris: let's start with the suspect dzho
channel 2 news. >>> senator dianne feinstein says she wants answers about the older of the two brothers. reports say the fbi earlier interviewed 26-year-old tamerlan tsarnaev based on a tip by the russian government and that tamerlan made a trip to russia last year. >> exactly when did russia call to ask about this individual? what did he do when he went back for six months? did he sit in his aunt and uncle's home for six months? when he came back to this country, why didn't it ring a bell with the fbi intelligence unit that he should be checked out? >> fbi agents descended on the home of tamerlan tsarnaev's wife in rhode island. they want to ask her what she knew about her husband's activities. so far, she has declined to speak to them. family members say she is distraught and learned of the bomb plot only when news reports named her husband. >>> the oakland a's are in boston to play the red sox. but before today, there was a special trip to visit 11-year- old aaron hern at the hospital. this picture was sent to us by a friend of the family. aaron is the sixth grader from martinez who
and rec and those unfamiliar with youngblood coleman. this park was founded by dianne feinstein on the death of two young boys. wasn't gang related. it was an accident because they had no place to play and if no funding is received for the courts, to maintain the trees their deaths and efforts would have gone in vain. i also want to make note that this park is located in a buffer zone between the industrial area and bay view and the residents, and it's the only park to those residents on the hill that provides clean and fresh air, so maintaining the trees is also very important. >> thank you. >> is there anyone else that would like to make public comment on this item? seeing none public comment is closed. >> commissioner arata. >> i had the pleasure of going and touring youngblood coleman ecialier this month. it's such a beautiful park. i don't know if you have been there but beautiful jew be. >> >> >> >> views and i know the courts are needed and i know we talked about painting and i don't know if this is part of it but i was promised it would be so hopefully we can pain
." >>> dianne feinstein is facing the nra saying their influence on congress is to blame for the disconnect between public calls for change and the lack of action. she accused the gun lobby of unseating senators by backing candidates. she spoke of the need to change violence depicted in popular culture. she suggested video game makers should make changes on their own. representing adam lanza, she said, in part, if sandy hook doesn't do it, if the knowledge of these video games this young man played doesn't, maybe we have to proceed. >>> now to business, wall street looks to close on a high streak after posting gains. the markets were encouraged by promising news out of japan. banking officials are taking stimulus actions to turn the economy around. for me, let's go to cnbc, steve joining us live from london. good friday to you, steve. >> good friday to you, as well. we are looking for good numbers out of payroll today. hopefully the fourth time in five months. the unemployment rate is set to remain around 7.7%. only 63.5% of americans are looking for full time jobs. it should be a good jobs
you. >>> senator dianne feinstein announced a tent tiff deal about immigration reform. this dispute has put two sides at odd over wages. two sides have disagreed on how many visas should be offered to bring agricultural workers to the u.s. feinstein has had a lead role and word of a tentative deal comes as a bipartisan group of senators hurries to finish an immigration overhaul bill. feinstein did not provide details on the deal. [ cheers ] >> these bay area residents are celebrating their first day as u.s. citizens. around 1250 people took the oath of citizenship this morning at oakland's paramount theater. among them was this man who works as a plumber in richmond. he's from nepal, has scaled mount everette six times and has worked as a television news reporter. he says freedom and freedom of the press had him decide to move here. >>> airport officials say flights going to chicago are delayed an hour and 40 minutes. flights headed to newark are delayed as well. and hundreds of flights have been canceled at denver international airport. the reason, the powerful wind storm that hit
and growers appears to finally be over. senators, including dianne feinstein, has been stuck for nearly a month now on how to resolve pay scales for foreign workers. the issue is a major stumbling block in a comprehensive immigration overhaul system designed to put 11.5 million immigrants on the path to citizenship. >>> not just farming but technology. the silicon valley has a lot at stake when it comes to immigration and the immigration policy. right now facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is joining the fight. he and other leaders have formally launched a political group called forward u.s. tech leaders, such as reed hoffman and john door and jim briar are among the backers. >>> california governor jerry brown voted boarded a high-speed train today from beijing to shanghai. china's bullet train receives heavy government financing as will california's if it's built. reports indicate that instead of making the trip in 2:40, the trip will likely be an hour longer than that. the report by the reason foundation says as aç result t rail line could lose up to 3$37 million a year. >>> some local h
i got an email from a friend who met with barbara boxer and dianne feinstein this week in washington and went over these things and had a productive meeting about it. we will see what comes from that. thank you. >> thank you. >> paul manning. eddy foot and bruce stone. >> good morning commissioners. i stand before you as the vice president of the arbor association and the issue i want to talk about is the premature of the fees as a result of the ordinance passed by the board of supervisors. it clearly states that the marina increase in rent will not go up until the project is declared complete and i have a copy of the ordinance if the commission would like to see it. the language is clear and states "the west harbor in the year 2012 [inaudible] completion of the renovation as certified by the general manager whichever occurs later." now, when i asked certification in writing the best that the plark -- or that they could produce is a statement march 13 which it is declaring substantial completion. anybody familiar with construction knows that is not complete. the anticipated co
of islamic activity. >>> senator dianne feinstein believes tsarnaev should not be classified as an enemy combatant. that would be unconstitutional. she is confident a solid case can be made for the death penalty without it. >> there is ample evidence, fingerprints, direct testimony from one of the people who had his legs blown off. they admitted to the drive of the car they hijacked they were 0 the bombers. so i think there's going to be a great deal of evidence put together to be able to convict him. >> if he is classified as an enemy combatant he could be held indisnetly without trial. supporters of the classification believe he may have information about terrorist they can distract from him. >>> 3,000 runners raced throw the pre pre -- pre presidio. >> one of the round-unders was at the boston marathon. >> i within to the finish line to cheer, but i couldn't get near. and so i walked a couple blocks away to get a beer, and that's when we heard it, and so i just -- the whole world just changed. >> dunlap plans to run in boston again next year. the presidio ten honors a runner who was k
intelligence unit that he should be checked out? >> california senator dianne feinstein today questioned whether the fbi did its due diligence investigating tamerlan tsarnaev. the fbi interviewed him back in 2011, at the request of the russian government. they claim he was a follower of radical islam. authorities say they never found anything to indicate that in their investigation. >>> thousands paused all over the country today for a moment of silence, one week after the boston marathon bombings. at 11:50 this morning our time, boston's mayor joined about 100 other people at the sight of the bombings to mark the exact moment of last monday's attack. people also stood for a moment of silence at the boston state house and at the senate floor in washington as well as at the new york stock exchange. the marathon bombings killed three people. more than 180 others were wounded. doctors say all of them are expected to survive. 13 of those victims had limbs amputated. two of them are double amputees. the bombing suspects are also suspected of killing an m.i.t. police officer last thursday nigh
, the theater could be torn down may 3. there is an appeal hearing for may 6. senator dianne feinstein is pushing a bill to expand yosemite national park adding 1,500 acres to the park in an area known as yosemite west. she hopes to protect the area from development which she says would raise the threat of fire, spoil wildlife habitat and ruin creeks that flow into the park. yosemite's originally champion, john muir wanted it to be included in the park originally and said the land would be acquired from willing sellers only and that eminent domain would not be used. >> congratulations it is tax-freedom day in california, although you may not feel like celebrating after filing your return the day most of us made enough money to cover our federal, state, and local taxes for the year. the tax foundation crunched the numbers and found that tax freedom day arrived for the rest of the country april 18 but california had to work physical april 24, four days longer than last year. only six other states have to work longer to reach tax freedom day than the golden state. >> it reports your every
be getting a little bigger. u.s. senators dianne feinstein and barbara boxer both want to expand that park for the first time in 75 years. a bill introduced just yesterday would add nearly 1600 acres to the western side of that park. the map here for you, see a little highlighted yellow area on the map. that's where it would be. if approved, the bill would incorporate two separate areas of privately owned land that's located within the tiny yellow space, including 800 acres recently purchased by a conservation group. >> morgan hill may have made the world's fastest bike. scott mcgrew says you don't even have a flat. >> reporter: showing it at 6:00. it's called a turbo. it's electric and can reach speeds of 30 miles an hour. that is super fast on a bike. the bad news, it costs more than a decent used car, more than $7,000. san francisco-based virgin america has unveiled a new feature where you can use the seat back video system not just to order yourself a drink but to send a drink to anyone else. you are presented with a map of the seats and you click the seat and send the attractive perso
to citizenship. they demonstrated outside the office of senator dianne feinstein at noon today. feinstein is among the senators negotiating part of the bill that would deal with agricultural workers. we learned today it could create a new blue card visa program for agricultural workers that would give them legal status after two years in the u.s. if they plan to stay another five years. >> it's time to step up to the plate. it's good for the economy, good for us, and good for america, to have these beautiful lands of different colors and a lot to offer. >> this bipartisan bill is expected to be introduced in the u.s. senate next week. >>> coming up in just two minutes -- >> i don't understand why he would get shot in his face, you know, when he already had his hands up in the air. >> only on 2, a father speaks to us after police admit to mistakingly shooting his son. >>> plus, the surprising place that some of those plastic bottles and cans end up when you put them in bins labeled recycling. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6. >>> our son came h
party in california there is a log jam. senators dianne feinstein and barbara boxer are locked into their seats. jerry brown will run for reelection leaving attorney general pamela hairis and governor newsome waiting in the cube. >> you are not going anywhere. >> reporter: unless others are willing to fight and win. >> reporter: back to you. >> congress is expected to take up a reform bill this week. it could include a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants currently in the u.s. however, republican u.s. senator marco rubio says amnesty to those who enter the u.s. illegally will not be offered. democratic senator says amnesty is only part of the equation. >> this is a very balanced bill. the american people told us to do two things. one, prevent flows ofil almost immigration, and then , come up with a someone common sense solution. >> democrats say they knew it would have to be included to keep republicans on board. the bill sets a 5-year deadline for all employers to start using e-verify that screens for those working illegally. >>> four people in distress
:00 and 6:00 on the news. lorraine, blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> senator dianne feinstein announced a tent tiff deal about immigration reform. this dispute has put two sides at odd over wages. two sides have disagreed on how many visas should be offered to bring agricultural workers to the u.s. feinstein has had a lead role and word of a tentative deal comes as a bipartisan group of senators hurries to finish an immigration overhaul bill. feinstein did not provide details on the deal. [ cheers ] >> these bay area residents are celebrating their first day as u.s. citizens. around 1250 people took the oath of citizenship this morning at oakland's paramount theater. among them was this man who works as a plumber in richmond. he's from nepal, has scaled mount everette six times and has worked as a television news reporter. he says freedom and freedom of the press had him decide to move here. >>> airport officials say flights going to chicago are delayed an hour and 40 minutes. flights headed to newark are delayed as well. and hun
, dianne feinstein, you liberal. i laughed. i said, we are talking about right now, all we are talking about is background checks for criminals, background checks for people with mental health issues that could be violent. he just said without thinking, oh, i'm for that. >> of course! >> 90% of americans are for that. >> that is the sweet spot. that is the common sense of this whole debate which, unfortunately, and i think lindsey graham and john mccain figured out very early on that that is what the sweet spot was. this idea of moving to filibuster and watching the number grow. that was the interesting thing that i thought really began to concern a lot of members in the senate and conservatives throughout. even conservatives around the country who, like your friend, say, hey, that makes sense, that this number was beginning to grow from 4 to 8 to 13 and i think now, you'll see that peel back a little bit. the bill will get to the floor and you'll have this conversation. i had someone say to me, well, i don't see what the holdup is with having exchange between you and sam have to be re
fierce political battle over how to question him. california senator dianne feinstein among those calling for that young bombing suspect to be treated as a criminal defendant. >> it is really very clear to me that the course that can be taken. you have the high value interrogation group. they are skilled, they know how to do this. >> however some republican lawmakers want to declare the bombing suspect an enemy combatant. that would allow federal agents to question him without a lawyer. the fbi interviewed the older brother tamerlan tsarnaev two years ago. tipped off by russian -- why some lawmakers want no know if the fbi may have dropped the ball in this case. >>> back here at home runners in marin county will be honoring the victims of the boston marathon bombings. they will take part in a 2.5- mile race that begins at 6:45 this evening. all runners are encouraged to wear blue and yellow clothing. that is the official colors of the boston marathon. for more information you can go to our channel 2 website ktvu.com. >>> furloughs of air traffic controllers could cause big delays this mor
manchin and pat toomey and also senator dianne feinstein will join us and dannel malloy will also join the conversation. but first, here is the forecast with bill karins. >>> the weather is going downhill on the east coast and especially tomorrow. the problem areas today in the middle of the country. this is where the storm still lingers. we have snow and also thunderstorms that are going to ruin your morning commute. as far as the snow goes the worst of it by far to the north. the thunderstorms the worst of that from houston all the way up through louisiana to greenville and memphis area. you're getting drenched and slow drive there for you. further to the north the snow is coming down in southern minnesota and some areas will pick up as much as 6 to 10 inches of snow during the day today. apologize for that. at least it will melt early in the days ahead. today, we did have a tornado yesterday that did significant damage in arkansas. the area of yellow shows where we have severe storms expected today. it's a very large section of the eastern half of the country all the way from southe
are stacking up for extended background checks. and what california dianne feinstein said on the senate floor years ago. >>> this year's host of the oscars. he's now at the center of a controversy tied to the boston marathon bombings. >>> 30s, 40s and 50s on the low. it's clear for everybody. windy for some. highs today warming up. a lot of 70s, low to mid. temperatures will continue to warm up. >>> we're getting word of delays at sfo. the airport says flights to and from o'hare international airport will be delayed due to weather. thunderstorms in chicago are causing some flights to be delayed more than two hours on average. >>> 7:13. earlier this morning, thousands of people lined the streets of london, paying their respects to former british prime minister margaret thatcher. now, the funeral was held at 3:00 a.m. our time at st. paul's cathedral. the v.i.p. bests included queen elizabeth and prince philip and members of the obama administration. this is the first time a british monarch has been present at the funeral of a british prime minister since the death in 1965 of sir winston church
dianne feinstein announced monday her committee will look into the handling of tsarnaev at the time. that begins this afternoon with a classified briefing. the deputy director of the fbi and the under secretary of homeland security will brief house members later this evening. >>> meanwhile at the white house and in boston and across the country yesterday, people stopped for a moment of silence to commemorate those killed and injured in boston a week ago. nbc's justice correspondent pete williams joins me now. let's clear up a couple things on the charges. the killing of the 346m.i.t. poe officer not included. explain it here for us. >> couple of points about this. numb per on number one, this charging document is a starting point. it is not the end of what they can charge him. it is to get the process going. there will be a grand jury indictment. it can be superseded as we go along so this isn't the totality of it. secondly, murder by itself is not a federal crime. so there's no federal strictly speaking, no federal jurisdiction over that killing. it may be that in the future they'l
there. senate intelligence committee chair dianne feinstein, who requested the briefing, was pressed by reporters about whether the fbi may have mishandled information about tamerlan tsarnaev. she defended the agency. >> we need to keep at that and we need to see if there are any loopholes in it that we fix those loopholes. >> did the fbi drop the -- >> no. this intelligence division of the fbi and this country is working and working well. >> lawmakers questions have focused on tsarnaev's six month trip in 2012 to dagestan and chechnya. janet napolitano was grilled about what the department knew about that trip. >> was your department aware of his travels to russia and if you weren't, the reason. >> yes. the system pinged when he was leaving the united states. by the time he returned, all investigations had been, the matter had been closed. >> is it true that his identity document did not match his airline ticket and if so, why did tsa miss the discrepancy? >> there was a mismatch there. >> i'm dumbfounded with with her answer. i was told two nights ago that in march, they got a lett
entertained by more mainstream figures such as senator dianne feinstein and my former client robert gates, are gaining momentum. to be sure, and national security court, composed of a bipartisan group of federal judges with life tenure to approve targeted lethal force would bring some added level of credibility, independence, and rigor to the process. those are worthy goals. in the eyes of the american arelic, the judge's respected for their independence. in the eyes of the international community, a crisis that is becoming increasingly controversial will be placed on a more credible footing. a national security courts would also help answer the question many are asking -- what do we say to other nations who acquired the capability? a group of judges to approve targeted lethal force would set a standard and an example. targeted killings, as they become more controversial with time, i believe there are some decisionmakers within the executive branch who would not mind the added comfort of judicial input on their decisions. but we must be realistic about the degree of added credibility such
. dianne feinstein has issues and harry reid has issues. then what do we end up with? we don't end up with the original bill. >> bob: there was no original bill out of committee. it was one of those bills that goes from committee out. >> dana: if it were to get to the floor, any amendment or things that were added to it is only going to weaken the bills in the eyes. left in my opinion. i don't think they can make it stronger behind closed doors. >> andrea: but they'll add pork barrel spending. >> eric: other headlines. this is pretty alarming. connecticut unveils ammo eligibility requirements. california considers ammo tests. th how about this one? mandatory gun insurance or you get a $10,000 fine. that was by, i believe, in new york congress person if i'm not mistaken. andrea, does that last one right there prohibit a good percentage of the population from owning guns? if you are required to buy insurance for your guns, you are going to take the availability of guns out of most america. >> andrea: and it specifically targets low income americans which is very unfair. i think they are
that dianne feinstein, the senator from california, is right. they really want bazookas, they are not just looking for clips. >> if you asked them, they would legalize them, i'm sure. ask wayne lapierre if he wants to outlaw tommy guns. no! last night i had to do a victory lap for last night. a lot of people like this. i challenged larry pratt, the gun owners of america -- a gun salesman -- opposing background checks. let's watch this. the illogic of this is as follows. if it i walked in a a gun store and i looked like a nut, a crazy person, would you sell me a gun? >> no. and frequently gun dealers experience that and -- >> so if you can call up and find out in a matter of seconds whether this person has a mental compa capacity that's a problem and has been court ordered not to be operating in any way with a gun, why wouldn't you want to take advantage of that information? >> chris, even after you've done th that, the chap that's been turned down can easily go somewhere else. >> where? where do they go? >> they can get them on the street. >> that's what we're trying to stop. the new law p
with senator dianne feinstein before they hit the streets. they hope scenes like this will pressure lawmakers to reach an agreement on immigration reform. >> stuff being talked about, we don't know what that is. community groups are coming together. >> i want to see families stop being separated. they deserve this. we all came here for the american dream. we deserve the american dream and we are ready. >> reporter: organizers chose to end the march here to protest the detention of those accused of non-violent offenses. in san francisco, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the message was echoed in san jose where dozens held a similar march this afternoon. and following the march speakers shared their stories and their goals of living the american dream. hundreds of people also gathered in washington, d.c. today on the west lawn of the u.s. capital. they urged capital to pass legislation that includes a path to citizenship. a group of senators is working on a immigration reform bill that is expected to be unveiled this week. >>> warm out there today. a record high temperature in santa rosa
. >> reporter: organizers of this march said they met with senator dianne feinstein before they hit the streets. they hope scenes like this will pressure lawmakers to reach an agreement on immigration reform. >> stuff being talked about, we don't know what that is. community groups are coming together. >> i want to see families stop being separated. they deserve this. we all came here for the american dream. we deserve the american dream and we are ready. >> reporter: organizers chose to end the march here to protest the detention of those accused of non-violent offenses. in san francisco, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the message was echoed in san jose where dozens held a similar march this afternoon. and following the march speakers shared their stories and their goals of living the american dream. hundreds of people also gathered in washington, d.c. today on the west lawn of the u.s. capital. they urged capital to pass legislation that includes a path to citizenship. a group of senators is working on a immigration reform bill that is expected to be unveiled this week. >>> warm out
. >> reporter: dianne feinstein and barbara boxer voted yes to open debate. the senate will begin voting tuesday. first up a bill to expans background checks -- expand background checks and they will concern the assault weapons bad and school security. congresswoman nancy pelosi is hopeful they will pass these measures. >> if the public, including members of the nra understand that more needs to be done. >> reporter: volunteers put 3300 grave markers on the national mall for victims of gun violence. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> federal authorities revoked the ice ons of the -- license of the gun store involved in the sandy hook elementary school shooting. they sold the guns to the mother of adam lanza. >>> immigration reform may finally be on the horizon. the gang of 8 announced today they have reached a agreement on all the major elements of sweeping legislation. they expect to unveil the bill next week. the agreement follows months of close door negotiations. the senators say at this point there are only minor details to be ironed out. >>> u.s. defense secretary testified today. he was questioned
dianne feinstein say it is conviction rate is higher in federal law than a military tribunal. >> it is clear to me, they are skilled, they know how to do this. >> reporter: feinstein calls for federal prosecutors to seek the death penalty. >>> people gathered for an interfaith memorial for the victims. the crowd sang, prayed and stood together at the memorial. three people were killed in the bombings as well as a fallen mit police officer. he was killed later on. the governor of massachusetts has asked residents to observe a moment of silence. the time the first of those two bombs went off. >>> our coverage of the boston bombing continues. coming up a little bit later at 10:30, we will go live to boston where that city took a major step toward healing. >>> here at home faa furloughs of air traffic controllers began today but the real test is tomorrow. the first business day of the week. delays could run for hours at major hubs such as atlanta and new york. because of sequester cuts all air traffic controllers may take one day off every two weeks. that means most towers will
schumer and dianne feinstein both democrats said on sunday they think the death penalty would be appropriate under federal law in this case. >> big debates just getting going. >> is. and it will go on for a long time. the court case will drag on with people second guessing judgments made. >>> a deadly effort quake has hit southwestern china we keep our gaze on boston but we are also looking to china where saturday violent shaking woke up its people. the death toll is climbing in a region familiar with the deadly earthquakes. çñ >>> this is live coverage of the aftermat aftermath. >> we'll have more from boston in a few minutes, we want to trache you to other parts of the world and other headlines we're watching. by the end of sunday, local activists say the bodies of 566 people killed over the preceding six-day period were found across syria. 566 bodies. we warn you the images you're about to see are disturbing. at least 450 victims were said to have been found in a damascus suburb. cnn cannot independently verify the images or the information we're bringing you from inside
'm not talking to you! >> stephanie: senator dianne feinstein. that's not senator dianne feinstein. that's somebody else. >> oh, it is mitch mcconnell. >> the turtle. >> as a result of the administration's poor planning, i would argue political motives thousands of people were stuck on tarmacs over the last few days. >> stephanie: wait a minute. what are we doing here? we have dianne feinstein. we're still on the boston case. cut four. cut four. dianne feinstein was talking about the fbi. >> no. it is messed up. >> stephanie: okay. >> you're fired! >> stephanie: that still works. >> thank you. great. >> stephanie: senator rand paul said monday boston bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev should not be treated as an enemy combatant. it puts him at odds with some of his republican colleagues. this is one point where he makes sense and then suddenly, you'll be like wow that is right. everything else you said is wrong. but he said i see no reason why our constitution is not strong enough to convict this young man with a jury trial with the bill of rights. we do it to horrible people all the time
neighborhoods save by using social media. >> a moment of solidarity and tears and jokes shared >>> dianne feinstein says it's time for the u.s. to take action with syria now that u.s. intelligence shows the assad regime has used chemical weapons. the obama administration says intelligence officials have a varying amount of confidence syria twice used sarin gas dufring the civil war. the president asserted that syria's use of chem wall cal weapons would cross a red line. john mccain says now is the time to ask. >> now, i hope the administration will continue c.what we've been recommending now for over two years of the blood letting and massacre and that is to provide a safe area for the opposition to operate. >> mccain wants the u.s. administration to establish a no-fly zone and provide weapons to groups in the resistance that the u.s. can trust. he says he's not advocating routes on the ground. officials say the u.s. is not ready to escalate in syria and more proof is needed. >> new at 4:00 an emotional memorial in waco, texas to honor those who died in the fertilizer plant explosion. >>
the dots. tonight senate intelligence chair dianne feinstein complained that by going public the white house may let a desperate assad who is cornered think he has nothing to lose by increasing the use of chemical weapons. this is a signal to assad we have eyes on you. we will not let you get away with it. brian? >> andrea mitchell in our washington bureau. andrea, thank you. >>> in dallas, texas, one of those moments in history. all of the living presidents at an event that's an expected part of your post presidency, the opening of a presidential library. in this case, george w. bush. it was a ceremony of laughter, genuine emotion, camaraderie. nbc's david gregory covered the bush white house for us and has our report from the smu campus in dallas. >> reporter: it is a rare sight -- the five men who make up the most exclusive club in the world. four formers and the current president, politicians all, who today in texas put politics aside. all here for president george w. bush. back in the spotlight he's sought to avoid. his sense of humor unchanged. >> there was a time in my life when
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